By Amber Armstrong-Hillberry
Wrangell Sentinel 

The Way We Were

From the Sentinel 100, 75, 50 and 25 years ago


February 14, 2024

Feb. 14, 1924

Last Saturday, Dr. Anna Brown Kearsley reported a case of typhoid fever to the Wrangell Board of Health, the patient being James Nolan. The general impression prevailing in Wrangell last week was that W.D. Grant, Mrs. Stephen D. Grant and James Nolan were all suffering from the same malady, as they had all attended the late C.E. Weber during his fatal illness. Therefore, Dr. Kearsley’s diagnosis of the case of Mr. Nolan naturally carried significance that extended beyond the individual case reported. Under these circumstances, together with the high mortality of typhoid, the Boar...

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